On Saturday I had the honor of sitting on Woodford County Library’s Second Annual Romance Author Pens on Fire Panel. I was one of 10 romance writers featured — part of a group of talented women whom I consider to be my friends. I look forward to every time we get together.
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This week, I’m so pleased to introduce you to Laura Jackson. Laura is a school librarian who writes young adult. And – she prays for her readers! I love that! I have a young adult daughter who is a voracious reader and to think that the author of the book on her Kindle might be praying for her is such a beautiful thought.
Laura is giving away a paperback copy of her book, Worth the Wait, to one of my visitors! Make sure you check out the Rafflecopter below to enter the giveaway!
And the Winner of the Autographed Jewel Series Is…
Kimberly is also giving away a copy of Trees of the Book – Learning from God’s Creation ( http://amzn.to/1hoCogt ) to one commenter on this post! Thank you, Kimberly!
This week, I’m thrilled to introduce you to Janis Cox. Janis is the author and illustrator of the children’s book Tadeo Turtle. Tadeo Turtle is a little turtle who longs to be different. Through an exciting adventure he learns to accept how God has made him. The book children’s references and activities, and Janis has also written a curriculum to go along with it!
Janis is giving away a copy of Tadeo Turtle to one of my readers! So, be sure to enter the giveaway!
I don’t just write romance novels. I write Christian romance novels. So, my stories have to go beyond the “typical” romance novel and focus on two major points of love: Eros, which is the Greek term for romantic love; and Agape, which is the Greek term for the perfect love of God.
When I write, I have to have the romantic arc – the romantic story between the male protagonist and the female protagonist. And, I also have to write on the spiritual arc – the love the two main characters have or learn to have for God. In this genre, if you leave out one of those arcs, you pretty much have an incomplete story.
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